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July 11, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

The launch date seems to have slipped a bit, but MacWeek has been talking for some time about a hot new property in the works at San Jose-based Radius Inc under the code-name SkyLab. The media server for pre-press and multimedia users is said to pack a up to 12 of the company’s formidable 50MHz 68040-based Rocket accelerators for the Macintosh, and is tipped to deliver 300 MIPS. It is expected to use a 68030 on the motherboard and to provide two bays with six NuBus 90 slots each, which are designed primarily to take Rockets, but can also take networking and video boards. Radius is not commenting, but the paper hears that it can be launched only from a Macintosh networked to it.

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